Strategic Plan

The African blueprint for development, Agenda 2063, recognizes the role that civil societies play in the implementation of the aspirations encapsulated therein. It notes that ‘Africa will be a continent where the institutions are at the service of its people. Citizens will actively participate in the social, economic, and political development and management.’ Amongst the drivers and enablers need to have a capable development state, empowered citizens and responsible civil society are fulcrum. The role of civil society facilitates in bringing about effective, accountable, and participatory institutions and governance based on transparent laws and rules, effective public policy and services, strengthening the role of the state in development, enhancing the legitimacy of institutions and building public trust.

Our new strategy seeks to bring to life the ambition of Agenda 2063 by facilitating effective engagement with the people of Africa. The strategy development process was inclusive as it employed participatory and consultative approaches through engagements with the organ’s structures, secretariat, partners, and other relevant constituencies. A significant representation of the population of the CSOs and cluster committees were engaged in detailed consultative meetings and their objective and independent views captured and incorporated into the strategic plan. The collective inputs and views of stakeholders are well considered, reflected and carried along to create value, ownership, commitment and sustainability.

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ECOSOCC's Strategic Plan 2023-2027
ECOSOCC's Strategic Plan 2023-2027
 
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Strategic Plan Elaboration Committee

In September 2016, a team was set up by the Presiding Officer under the leadership of DPO North, Mrs Fatima Karadja. Dr Raj Chintaram ( Chair IE), Mr. Robert Phiri,Mr Dean Mulozi and Mr Kennedy Oroko ( Strategic Planning Dept, AUC) to work on the Strategic Plan with the support of CIDO Secretariat.

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